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Panacea, originally called Remedy, is not a player ability, but an ability used by enemies that restores the status of the party, oddly enough. It is used by Dr. Lugae. The spell Poisona is the spell used when a character uses a Staff as an item, which removes Poison from one target.
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Poisona, also known as Antdot, can be learned naturally by both Terra and Celes (Terra at Level 6 and Celes at Level 8), and Kirin teaches the spell at a rate of x4. It costs 3 MP to cast and is vulnerable to Runic. In addition to curing Poison, the spell also cures the Sap status as well.
Poisona is obtained by equipping a Heal Materia. It costs 3 MP to cast. The enemies Toxic Frog and Jemnezmy have access to the spell, though Jemnezmy uses the spell as a counter on opponents that are under Poison, while Toxic Frog can only use the spell while under Manipulate.
Panacea can be learned by Dagger and Eiko through the Air Racket and Rod for 15 AP. Panacea also cures Venom, along with Poison. It costs 4 MP to cast. It can be reflected and works with Return Magic.
Poisona is obtained from the White Magick 2 License, both in the original version and the International Zodiac Job System version - in which it can be learned by the Job classes White Mage and Red Mage, though a Red Mage must obtain the Quickening license first.
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